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I've created a number of performance /installation works integrating video, sound, text, voice, and technology. My work is about the different ways through which a person or a body can communicate. As I work in performance projects, my attention is in equal relation to movement / sound / image / content.
I'm also interested in the use of technology as a way to reach aims; to
investigate the different written supports beyond writing and also the human body as a medium to originate / receive / create / destroy / feel.
My work is reflective of issues and attitudes that position us as individuals. The attitudes we currently exist within and work from have come to us from people / places / history / geography /culture. At the very core of my work is therefore a visual mapping and exploration of these places, bodies and environments. Images produce to work against and from within to re-define and contest
such assumptions, histories, attitudes. To explore and appropriate new physical and emotional spaces. I've presented in the U.S.America, Brazil, Japan and Europe.
of my works are stored in the Digital Performance Archive. (DPA) and has been featured in the book “Digital Performance” by Steve Dixon (The MIT Press).
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